What really happened on Isle Esme?
hilarious pic from polyvore
I never knew fanfic existed until it occurred to me that perhaps I wasn't the only smutty-minded Twilight fan who was at an age when "fade to black" wasn't really cutting it for me. I want details. Lots of them. I started googling as fast as my slutty little fingers could type and came across a thread that suggested someone had actually written the details that Stephenie Meyer wouldn't deliver - aaaaand then some.
Things progressed at the lightening-fast pace known only to horny women in their sexual prime when they discover something that REALLY pushes their buttons...
One minute it was
STY: Did you know that people actually write sex-filled stories about Edward and Bella?"And then the floodgates opened. Literally and figuratively.
JJ: "Huh. Really? I'll have to check that out..."
The next thing we knew, we were passing recs back and forth and our S/Os were hiding from us in the hopes that their junk could catch a break. And a lot of you came along for the wild ride (er, figuratively speaking...).
So as we approach our 100th post of 2010, answer me this: how has Twilight fanfic changed your life? I have a feeling the answers we get will be...a little juicer. But no less amazing and entertaining! Some of you might not read fanfic at all. That's cool. Some of you might read it and keep it a secret. But I know that some of you made a point of sharing the wealth with your S/Os - kind of their just rewards for being good sports about your descent into Twilight obsession. Because let's face it: many a partner out there suddenly felt a whoooooole lot better about Twilight after things started getting more interesting in the bedroom. And in the living room. And in the shower. And on the kitchen counter... I mean, let's face it: twi-smut makes The Joy of Sex look like primer for celibacy.
So what HAS Twilight fanfic done to your life? Your sex life!? Made it better? Made you realize it should be better?? Have you [ahem] taken matters into your own hands?? Tried new things? Were you in a missionary rut and now find yourself considering whether you should make your own "playroom" when the kids clear out for college or you find yourself with a spare bedroom??? Beats that sewing room or office you'd been planning on all these long years - just sayin'!
Cool! - they got the color scheme right and everything!!!
From Ess & Emm: "The UK's Finest Bed, Breakfast and Dungeon"